Technical Program

NLP: Natural Language Processing

Session Type: Poster
Poster Time: Wednesday, December 14, 15:30 - 17:30
Location: Lahaina Bay Room
Session Chair: Douglas Reynolds, MIT - Lincoln Laboratory
 
NLP.1: PARALLEL LONG SHORT-TERM MEMORY FOR MULTI-STREAM CLASSIFICATION
         Mohamed Bouaziz; LIA - University of Avignon, France
         Mohamed Morchid; LIA - University of Avignon, France
         Richard Dufour; LIA - University of Avignon, France
         Georges Linarès; LIA - University of Avignon, France
         Renato De Mori; LIA - University of Avignon, France
 
NLP.2: IMPROVING MULTI-STREAM CLASSIFICATION BY MAPPING SEQUENCE-EMBEDDING IN A HIGH DIMENSIONAL SPACE
         Mohamed Bouaziz; LIA - University of Avignon, France
         Mohamed Morchid; LIA - University of Avignon, France
         Richard Dufour; LIA - University of Avignon, France
         Georges Linarès; LIA - University of Avignon, France
 
NLP.3: HIERARCHICAL ATTENTION MODEL FOR IMPROVED MACHINE COMPREHENSION OF SPOKEN CONTENT
         Wei Fang; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
         Juei-Yang Hsu; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
         Hung-yi Lee; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
         Lin-Shan Lee; National Taiwan University, Taiwan
 
NLP.4: COMPARING SPEAKER INDEPENDENT AND SPEAKER ADAPTED CLASSIFICATION FOR WORD PROMINENCE DETECTION
         Andrea Schnall; TU Darmstadt, Germany
         Martin Heckmann; Honda Research Institut Europe GmbH, Germany
 
NLP.5: AUTOMATIC TURN SEGMENTATION FOR MOVIE & TV SUBTITLES
         Pierre Lison; Norwegian Computing Centre, Norway
         Raveesh Meena; KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
 
NLP.6: VOICE SEARCH LANGUAGE MODEL ADAPTATION USING CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION
         Justin Scheiner; Google Inc., United States
         Ian Williams; Google Inc., United States
         Petar Aleksic; Google Inc., United States
 
NLP.7: ADAPTATION OF SVM FOR MIL FOR INFERING THE POLARITY OF MOVIES AND MOVIE REVIEWS
         Joana Correia; Carnegie Mellon University, Instituto Superior Tecnico, and INESC-ID, United States
         Isabel Trancoso; Instituto Superior Tecnico, and INESC-ID, Portugal
         Bhiksha Raj; Carnegie Mellon University, United States
 
NLP.8: SEMANTICALLY DRIVEN INVERSION TRANSDUCTION GRAMMAR INDUCTION FOR EARLY STAGE TRAINING OF SPOKEN LANGUAGE TRANSLATION
         Meriem Beloucif; HKUST, Hong Kong SAR of China
         Dekai Wu; HKUST, Hong Kong SAR of China